opinion on 2000€ PC

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Hello all,

I want to buy my first gaming PC but i'm totally new in it.

this is what the seller offers me for 2000€ :

- AMD RYZEN 7 5800X 4.7ghz 36mb ( 400 € )

- GIGABYTE GEFORCE RTX 3070 Eagle OC 8GB Rev. 2.0 ( 769 € )

- GIGABYTE B550 Aorus PRO V2 AM4 ATX 4XDDR4 ( 173 € )

- 2x RAM KINGSTON HyperX Fury 8GB / DDR4 / 3200MHz / CL16 / DIMM ( 44€ x 2 )

- SSD KINGSTON A2000, 1 TB, M2 2280 NVME PCIe 3.0 , 3D NAND , XTS-AES 256bit ( 120 € )

- Cooler master Masterliquid ML 360 Illusion ( 127 € )

- tower ANTEC P120 Crystal ATX ( 110 € )

- Alimentation GIGABYTE P750GM 750W 80+ GOLD ( 86 € )

+ Windows 10 pro X64 ( 30€) and the build (60€)


It is mostly to play 1440p games or 4k

my questions are the following :
- What do you think i can improve ?
- i'm afraid of the reviews i saw on internet about the AMD RYZEN 7 5800X ( A lot of heat ). What do you think about that ?

Thank you in advance for your reply =D
 
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Price sounds about right. Probably overkill on the CPU. I've never used that one before, so I can't help you with the heat issue. Should think it would handle 1440p games well. Not sure about 4k. Probably just depends on the game.
 

Kaamos_Llama

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Hi :)

DO NOT BUY that power supply

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aACtT_rzToI


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS0Mjw3BW94&t=13s


This one is much better and not too much more.

As far as the Ryzen 5800 running hot, unless you are overclocking it it wont matter. The 5800 because of its design generates a lot of heat in small area, meaning its harder for any cooler to move the heat off. You dont need to worry about it, the chip will manage itself so that it doesnt over heat, and the cooler you chose is more than enough. You wont lose any noticeable performance.

Other then that looks like very solid choices to me.
 
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Sep 15, 2021
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Seems good to me, potentially overkill as other shave said. Unless you plan on really pushing this machine to the limits, you won't have to worry about overheating to be honest.

Good setup though should last a long time with proper care.
 

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